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所有, しょゆう

  • shoyū


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • one's possessions
  • ownership

Examples of 所有,しょゆう in a Sentence

This land belongs to Mr Ikeda.
Happiness does not consist only in having many things.
My uncle is possessed of great wealth.
He once possessed much land.
He is in possession of this land.
It is one thing to own a library; It is quite another to use it wisely.
Her father has a general store.
He is possessed of a great fortune.
They owned the lot between them.
This house belongs to Mr Yamada.

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